Is another Phaistos Disk hidden beneath the Great Pyramid in the Subterranean Chamber?
Finding the pyramid solved the mystery of how I got there. As I slept I was like Alice through the rabbit hole into wonderland, passing through that little door to somewhere else in consciousness, where dreams are animated events in our lives and we experience them as reality.
Cheops is compared with Kephren's copycat pyramid. This disk pictograph may be the primitive symbol for Pi, 3.1416,
to describe the properties of a circle. The short line of the symbol is the radius (r) of a circle and the long line is the diameter (d).
The ratio of the circumference of a circle (c) to its diameter (d=2r) is a constant number called Pi, which equals c divided by 2r=3.1416.
I excavated the spiraling tunnel I flew through to get there by connecting the fourteen Crested Dancers (left) on Side one. The image seems to imply spin, so I animated this Phaistos Disk image, just curious to see what might happen if I spun it clockwise 90 degrees four times.
It seems to be an idea from the Bronze Age of a mechanism, perhaps even the birth of the idea of a mechanistic universe - the disk of the world in motion - surmised perhaps from observations made at the Great Pyramid of the spiraling rotation of the stars. This is spinning much faster than the tunnel I flew through, but that's because I couldn't slow down the animation. In the ancient Minoan Dance of the Labyrinth, the outer ring of dancers move clockwise and the inner ring counterclockwise.
The triangle at the center appears to be spinning counterclockwise, a wagon wheel illusion that an ophthalmologist in Sweden tells me cannot possibly be done on a potter's wheel. But I think there were enough wagon wheels to go around in those days that perhaps the artist(s) observed the effect and tried to reproduce it via the disk, and observation of the effect of spin on pottery designs may have inspired it. Perhaps the artist(s), lacking gif animation software, envisioned how it would work if spun very fast. Whether it's the rotation of the stars or a wagon wheel illusion or a wormhole, here is something completely unique in the world, an ancient animated pictograph - a pictograph-in-motion.
Connecting all three of these matching pictographs reveals a Right Triangle
Connecting all four of these matching pictographs reveals a Cone in Geometry
The use of pictographs as place holders for geometry is incredibly inventive and is a clever space saving way of preserving content-rich concepts.
PHAISTOS DISK MAZE OF DAEDALUS
Jonas: What is your conclusion about it?
Claire: My very large conclusion is that the Phaistos Disk is a pattern recognition maze puzzle so brilliantly conceived that it may have been known to Bronze Age Crete and Egypt as (what we call) the Maze of Daedalus. It was created by a genius artist of the times, perhaps an artist so remarkable that we know him/her as Daedalus, the legendary inventor. If Daedalus ever truly existed, I think this is what was created.
These pages are very rich with material about Crete...and everyday life in Crete that mirrors the stars above. (S. Voronan, Otonet.gr)
The Phaistos Disk and the Maze of Daedalus originate in the exact place at the exact time, they are both seemingly unsolvable mazes, and they have other undeniable similarities. Daedalus became synonymous with creative genius of invention, and here is a most fabulous invention, a clay disk that can transport you to the interior of the Great Pyramid or to some place in your mind that can project that reality so convincingly that you really believe you are there :) Either way, you're there.
Was the disk intended as a portal or psycho-activating device or does it just work that way because of its brilliant design combining pictographs, spirals, geometry, astronomy and math? I think Daedalus might have had some similar dreamworld experiences when creating the disk as I had when solving it, and would have known its magic. Dreams and consciousness, stars and constellations, spirals, circles and geometry, these are the immortals, the unchangeables, the things that are the same for everyone no matter when or where you live. And when you focus on the disk, you can activate some kind of mechanism of consciousness that connects you with them, even transports you to them, to a group consciousness of people who contemplated these ideas.
The writer Claire Watson instead favours the esoteric interpretation, as if the disc would pick up a magnetic energy to form a sort of portal to the infinity, however towards knowledge. (Officine Preziosi